Office pools, a longtime tradition, may be fun, but they can get you into legal - and IRS - hot water if you're not careful.
Whether you call them squatters or trespassers, people who dwell in abandoned or unclaimed properties can eventually earn ownership through tenants’ rights.
Right now, around 40 percent of gun purchases in the U.S . involve no background check.
At least 32 percent of people have tried to access a Wi-Fi network that wasn’t theirs, according to a 2011 poll.
As the busy holiday travel season arrives, know your rights as a passenger.
When you send your friend an email from your personal Yahoo, Gmail or AOL account, you probably think it’s a private message that only the two of you can read.
The presidential election could alter the fate of Roe vs. Wade and the future of women's reproductive rights.
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of involuntarily blood draws on drunken-driving suspects without a warrant, which could determine the future of DUI cases.
One of the ways airlines have chosen to make some extra money is by charging passengers for what they call “premium” seats. They will charge you $15 or $20 to sit in a particular seat with a good location or a bit more leg room.
Death is not a subject most of us are comfortable thinking about, but preparing for yours is something we should all do sooner rather than later. The recent death of actor Sherman Hemsley illustrates this point.
The firm admitted to promoting Paxil and Wellbutrin for unapproved uses and will pay a record $3 billion fine.
The Supreme Court's ruling on 'Obamacare' brings up the question: Is it possible for the court to remain apolitical?
A college education has become so costly that a large percentage of U.S. parents simply can’t afford it. Children of divorced parents can end up in an even more difficult situation.
“If you believe a coverage decision is unfair, then you owe it to yourself to do everything you can to fight it.”
The world has all types of criminals. But some crimes don’t necessarily put fear in the hearts of the American public like Peeping Toms do.
As we move closer to the 2012 presidential election, immigration reform is once again becoming a hot topic.
The celebrity gossip industry is thriving like never before. Camera phones, web sites like TMZ.com and social networking platforms such as Twitter have turned dishing the dope on celebrities into a 24-hour-a-day sport.
Your car might be kicking up dust that contains erionite, a carcinogenic material that has been linked to a rare form of cancer called mesothelioma.
When does self-defense cross the legal line? It’s a question that is being asked all over America in the wake of last month’s shooting death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.
Dogs are often called man’s best friend, but occasionally that friend can turn into your worst enemy. Dog bites occur dozens of times a day in every state in America, and they are becoming more common.
With warm weather spreading across the country and summer right around the corner, millions of Americans are planning trips to amusement parks. Many will head to large, traditional parks like Disney World. But state fairs, county fairs, and local carnivals will also get their share of business.
How much is your dog worth? Some might say a dog is worth the amount of money an owner paid for him or the amount the dog could fetch in a sale. But for some pet owners, it’s far more complicated. For many, a dog becomes a true family member whose value can’t be defined by dollars and cents.
The 14th annual Steve's Ride begins on May 27. Follow his blog for updates, photos, video and more.
Storm Shield is a life-saving app that is like a NOAA Emergency Weather Radio on your iPhone and Android.
John Matarese provides consumer reports to help you keep your money in your wallet.
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